Lunch Links

Lunch Links

Here we are, another edition of Lunch Links. Sorry I’m late! This will be short.

Are you feeling cranky today? Government shutdown got you down? Perhaps you should drunk dial crank call your member of Congress. This website even provides you with talking points and drink recipes, such as “The Southern Congressman” the “Bad Representative,” and “The Sleepy Senator.”

The North Carolina Supreme Court will decide once again if all at-risk children should have access to pre-kindergarten next week — for a primer on this important happening, check out Courts & Law reporter Sharon McClosky’s story that she posted today.

And I’m going to cut this Lunch Links short (since you’re already done eating) and on a high note, with this:



  1. wncgirl

    October 10, 2013 at 3:39 pm

    public pre-k cuts in to the profits of prisons you silly… why would we spend 8k on a child when we can spend 175k on an incarcerated adult.. or pay for the empty beds if they aren’t filled… for profit prisons are of the “devil”

  2. LayintheSmakDown

    October 10, 2013 at 7:08 pm

    Here are some more links for perusal related to current events

    Administrators are high on the priority list for our schools…not children. Who would have thunk it?

    More on the governor and our tax reform efforts. We are no longer going to be at the bottom!

  3. GOP Rules

    October 11, 2013 at 8:16 am

    Here are some more links to peruse on the lunch hour too:

    NC has poor tax environment?

    NC education overloaded with admin Yessirree..

  4. Alex O'Connor

    October 11, 2013 at 9:44 am

    Thanks I needed that.

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